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negotiations they would like to lose another 71. so that's a large impact on us. >> reporter: shipping companies deny any outsourcing, they want to drop contract provision which would require hiring temporary workers even when there's no work for them. steven barry represents the employers. >> these employees have a guaranteed job for life. we have a no layoff clause. there's probably 25 million americans who are looking for work right now who wish they had a no layoff clause. >> reporter: to get these cranes and containers moving again, the nation's largest retailers' group has asked president obama t help end the strike. a 2002 labor dispute here ended only when president bush ordered the docks reopened after ten days, and that one, scott, cost the economy $15 billion. >> pelley: john, thank you. there is nothing stopping a pacific storm that is headed to the coast. this is a computer forecast that projects the density of moisture reaching from hawaii toward northern california. more than a foot of rain is predicted and mudslides are a danger. carter evans is in sacramento tonight.
you do? >> we chainsawed it up. those with chainsaws. the rest of us picked it up. >> reporter: three different men got out of their cars with their own chainsaws and quickly got to work. another guy used his wire cutters to help clear the roadway. >> there was a wire down. >> it was a guide wire. no electricity. it was safe. >> reporter: we're happy to report no one got hurt in that incident. the folks up here are very self- sufficient. several of them happened to have those chainsaws in the car and took care of business. a pg&e worker said if you see a wire, assume it is a live wire, and get back at least 30 feet. call 911. do not try that yourself. in the santa cruz mountains, joe vazquez, cbs 5. >>> rain here, a blizzard in the sierra. this is what it looked like at tahoe ski resort early whyer -- earlier today. the area in lake tahoe could get seven feet of snow by sunday. you can get hi-def doppler radar for your neighborhood anytime at cbssf.com/weather. >>> new details in a murder at a bay area mansion. it began with a 911 call about a home invasion in monte sereno, near los
are talking weather this morning. it's 7:00 saturday morning december 1. thank you for joining us. it's going to be another super soaker. round three of an intense weather system hits the bay area tonight. we are under a flash flood watch right now today. we are waking up to the storm damage left behind from the second storm this week. yesterday trees crushed cars, heavy rain flooded streets. parking lots and waterways and stanford crews had to dry out that field ahead of last night's pack 12 championship game. we start with brian. he is keeping an eye on all of the rain and wind headed our way. >> good morning. we are getting a little bit of a respite with light rain being reported around the bay area. this moist southwesterly flow will not go away. as long as it doesn't we stand the chance of few light showers through tonight at midnight and then the next one winding up offshore will begin to move in. we have flood warnings on the russian river. it looks like it will peak monday morning and there is also flood warnings posted for the napa river at napa and at st. helena as more of the rain
of the storm. that investigation continues. now, back out live here in the mountains. folks here are used to the rain perhaps a little too used to as we saw folks clearing a road in what might be a dangerous manner. the san lorenzo river is rushing fast. in fact, carol hendricks says it appears to be rising more dramatically than she has seen in years. she says 1 1/2 days ago it was tow dry you could walk across the bottom near downtown boulder creek. >> pretty outrageous and if it keeps raining it will go over the dam. >> reporter: as heavy rain keeps falling so do trees and eventually electrical wires. highway 9 was blocked in ben lomond for much of the morning. pg&e says they are in better shape to respond to such situation. that's because they now have these high-tech mobile command units this one in santa cruz. they are stocked with generators, laptops and satellite phones to communicate with other emergency responders. >> prepared to respond quickly and effectively to get people's power back up as soon as possible. >> reporter: but we found some folks who decided to take matters int
sawed it up. the rest of us picked up and through to the side. >> three different men got out of their cars with their own chain saws and got to work sawing away the fallen tree. another guy used wire cutters to clear the roadways. >> it was a guide wire. no electricity. it was safe. >> we're happy to report no one was hurt in that incident. the folks up here very self sufficient. several had the chain saws in the car and took care of business. he said that's very dangerous. he wanted to pass along the viewers if you see a wire, assume it's a live wire and get back. like at least 30 feet back. call 911 don't try that yourself. in the santa cruz mountains. joe cbs 5. >> another big storm could bring the river to flood stage by monday morning the river has a long history of flooding during heavy storm. there is a flood watch for streams in the area all weekend long. >> watch out for whatever you park under. >> a lesson learned too late for someone in san francisco's pacific heights neighborhood. the over saturated ground gave way causing a tree to crash on to that mercedes-benz
power. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran shows us not just the power lines that are getting knocked down by the strong winds. >> reporter: this is not the way you want to start your friday. >> watch out for whatever you park under. >> reporter: san francisco police blocked off pine street between laguna and buchanan as the fire department got to work trimming that tree. and we're not talking holiday style. oversaturated ground gave way causing this tree to crash on a mercedes just east of san francisco's lower pacific heights neighborhood. an area neighbors say gets the brunt of bad luck during storms. >> what's the city going to do to make sure the rest of the trees don't fall down? >> reporter: nobody was hurt. one neighbor said i guess it goes to show, you can't park anywhere in the city. in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> parts of the south bay got a good drenching. more than 7" of rain falling in parts of the santa cruz mountains. cbs 5 joe vazquez in santa cruz county. joe, i have word the storm claimed a life? >> reporter: that's right. a man died from this storm here in
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